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French-English translation for: to cast doubt on whether
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reposer sur qc.to be based on sth.
loc. être à cran [fam.]to be on edge
se guêtrerto put one's gaiters on
écraser le freinto slam on the brake
électr. s'allumer [radio, TV, etc.]to switch on [automatically]
Accroche-t'y. [fam.]Hang on to it.
de ce côté de {prep}on this side of
de mon propre chefon my own initiative
brouillé {adj} [fam.] [en mauvais termes]on bad terms
essouriller qn./qc. [vieux]to eavesdrop on sb./sth.
tenir à faire qc.to insist on doing sth.
au premier étage {adv}on the first floor [Br.]
ling. accentuer qc. [lettre]to put an accent on sth.
faire suite à qc.to follow on from sth.
à la veille deon the eve of
abreuver qn. d'injuresto heap abuse on sb.
de l'autre côté {adv}on the other side
guetter qc.to be on the lookout for sth.
se liguer contre qn.to gang up on sb.
discourir de / sur qc.to hold forth on sth.
être aux aguetsto be on one's guard
du côté gauche {adv}on the left-hand side
cocu {adj}being cheated on [by one's partner]
infliger qc. à qn.to inflict sth. on sb.
mettre qc.to put sth. on [clothes, cosmetics etc.]
claque {f} dans le dosslap on the back
taper contre le murto knock on the wall
être à genouxto be on one's knees
se camer [fam.]to be on drugs [coll.] [illicit]
se mettre au régimeto go on a diet
boire à jeunto drink on an empty stomach
dépendre de qn./qc.to depend on sb./sth.
passer une chemiseto put / slip on a shirt
recoudre un boutonto sew a button back on
refiler qc. à qn.to foist sth. on sb.
au retour deon the way back from
Pressons, pressons ! [fam.]Get a move on! [coll.]
Unverified de part et d'autre {adv}on both sides
tomber sur qc. [fig.]to stumble upon / on sth.
Unverified de part et d'autre {adv}on either side
concerner qc. [affecter]to have an effect on sth.
influer sur qc.to have an influence on sth.
insister pour faire qc.to insist on doing sth.
et ainsi de suiteand so on <ASO>
loc. monter un bateau à qn.to have sb. on
loc. rester dans le coupto be on the ball
à la sauvette {adv}  la dérobée]on the sly
se fixer sur qc. [yeux]to focus on sth. [eyes]
abuser de la gentillesse de qn.to impose on sb.
rallumer [lumière / lumières]to put the light / lights back on
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